Reflecting on a food assignment
Nate Billings and I talked at length in the studio about this assignment. It doesn’t sound that difficult. Photograph champagne and a hibiscus flower in a champagne flute for a New Year’s Eve story by the Food Dude. Once you get into it though, it gets fairly complicated. We set up a black background behind the glass, and Nate had good advice on controlling the reflections on the sides of the glass. After awhile, we made it work and got some good pictures of the champagne-soaked hibiscus flower. When I looked through the pictures a few hours later I found a couple that looked like this.
Apparently, even with Nate’s advice, we managed to get a reflection of a certain balding photographer in a few of the pictures.
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